Enrique Acevedo and Whit Ayres

NLP board welcomes journalist Enrique Acevedo and political consultant Whit Ayres


We are pleased to welcome two esteemed colleagues to NLP’s board of directors: Enrique Acevedo and Whit Ayres. Enrique and Whit bring diverse perspectives, significant professional expertise and a passion for our mission to NLP’s board. Their contributions will help us implement our strategic expansion and solidify our position as the nation’s leading provider of news literacy education.

Enrique Acevedo is a correspondent for the 60 Minutes spinoff program 60 in 6 on Quibi. Previously, he was an Emmy-award winning anchor of Univision’s Noticiero Univision Edición Nocturna, the network’s late-night news program. He has covered major news stories around the globe in English and Spanish for print, broadcast and online media, including three U.S. presidential elections, the 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan, the humanitarian crisis in Haiti and the drug wars in Latin America.

Whit Ayres is a leading Washington, D.C. political consultant with over 30 years of experience in polling and survey research for high-profile political campaigns and associations. He is the author of 2016 and Beyond: How Republicans Can Elect a President in the New America and founder and president of North Star Opinion Research, a national public opinion and public affairs research firm in Alexandria, Virginia.



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